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If you import TweetStation (requires both TweetStation and MonoTouch.Dialog), into an XCode 4 project, the resulting project does not set the icons used for the application.
Instead of getting the chicken icon on the iPhone after "Upload to Device" you get a blank icon.
This is because the Icon files are not in your project, they just exist in your git repo. If you add the Icon files to the project and then do the migration, everything will work exactly as expected.
As this is an issue which is likely to hit people when they update their projects, I'm going to modify the migrator to add the icon file to the csproj if this issue is detected.